November 8, 2011
Wilhelm Kriessmann shares his first-hand knowledge of German and National Socialist education policies and practices. Topics include:
- Basic school system unchanged by the National Socialists;
- Added emphasis on national pride and self-confidence;
- More physical education, racial instruction and German history;
- In geography, population charts and need for Lebensraum;
- Women’s education somewhat different from men’s;
- Napola Schools, Adolf Hitler Schools and Ordensburg.